Monday, March 23, 2020
I have always been into self-hypnosis methods since I was a kid, even when I was unaware it was hypnosis. It is basically a meditation technique to help you focus and concentrate on the desired outcome, which motivates you to actually achieve your goals. It really works!
When I was a kid, I used to meditate every night, before bedtime, to wake up at six in the morning for school. I rarely used an alarm clock because it was annoying. During the 1990s, I bought a hypnosis tape, which was only a monotonous sound. I didn't really think it would work, but it was on sale. So, I wanted to try it out for fun. One night, I relaxed into my bed and listened to this tape, which had a very long monotonous beep. I concentrated on this long beep, which kind of felt strange and weird, but I felt I was relaxing more. Surprisingly, I dozed off, slowly but surely. I had become even more interested in meditation than ever because it really helped me get things done, productively and quickly. It also helped me learn how to ski. I used to watch people ski, studying their posture and movements carefully. Then, I would go over the movements and steps in my head, envisioning myself doing each step perfectly, like a professional. I did this many times, over and over again, meditating on each step. I usually ended up dreaming about skiing. When I actually went on the slopes, I magically and successfully performed each step, swishing down the slopes, like a pro. Well, actually, I was just an intermediate. Strangers would give me compliments on my skiing because I had mastered the steps and movements well.
Recently, I noticed some meditation sounds videos on Youtube, which are interesting. They have the same hypnotic sounds, claiming to help all kinds of issues, such as insomnia, tissue healing, and regeneration, improving the energy field around you, ridding negativity and negative energy, creating positivity and positive energy, healing burns, fractures, sprains, cuts, and injuries, improving the immune system, and cleansing your body from infections, virus, bacteria, and fungal toxins as well as electromagnet radiations. The sounds are solfeggio frequency music and binaural beats. I have listened to a couple of videos before bedtime on my tablet or iPad, and I noticed it feels quite relaxing and meditating. When I listen to such videos, I often meditate on my desired goal by focusing intently on achieving the result. I use the same meditative hypnosis technique that I used when using the "learning to ski" method. I noticed it helps clear my mind as well as it has a calming effect. It also tends to fill my surroundings with positive energy.
Overall, I feel that these subliminal meditative hypnosis sounds help relax my body, allowing me to receive the satisfying restful sleep that I need to properly function. As you relax and become fully rested, you are likely to become more productive and motivated to achieve your goals and desires. Focusing and concentrating on your goals helps rid unwanted distractions and negativity that often hinders you, creating a blockage in your life. Therefore, such meditative hypnosis sounds can help you become more organized, as it cleanses your mind and body from toxins, negativity, unwanted thoughts, and other obstructions and blockage, which is similar to the spring cleaning you might do to reorganize and clean your home or room.
Moreover, it also helps to drink at least eight glasses of water with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar per glass, on a daily basis. Before bedtime, as you listen to the meditative sounds, drink a cup of warm milk with honey or a cup of warm water with lemon juice and honey. For vegans, consider a cup of warm water with lemon juice.